Alison, the vicar of St Mary’s, writes a blog on which she posts articles, reflections and other useful bits and pieces. The most recent are shown below.

  • Some of you will have already heard, one way or another, that from the autumn, I am to be the new Warden of Launde Abbey and will therefore be leaving the Lordsbridge Team in September.  Diocese of Ely | Departure … Continue reading →
  • Play this tune Depending on your era, some of you may remember the tune from a TV series in the late 1960s or early 70s, others more recognise it more recently from the Tom Cruise films – another one is … Continue reading →
  • In the seasons of the Christian year, last Sunday was the Feast of Pentecost and I was surprised to find that last Monday was noted in my Google calendar as Whit Monday.  Whitsun is an older name for Pentecost and … Continue reading →
  • Revd Priscilla Slusar, Rural Dean and ‘Lordsbridge Support Minister’, writes: The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have designated the time between Ascension Day and Pentecost as a time for focused prayer.  This programme of prayer is called Thy Kingdom Come; … Continue reading →
  • This walk will be on Friday 21 May. Bishop Dagmar (Bishop of Huntingdon) will be joining the group. The Pilgrimage will start at Coton at 7.30am. Please feel free to join later or leave at any time. It is important … Continue reading →
  • A loss of confidence How are you feeling as you read or listen to this?  Can you name what it is you are feeling?  Tired?  Or perhaps you’d say exhausted?  Anxious?  Worried?  Angry?  Flat?  Peaceful?  Joyful?  Hopeful?  Perhaps a little … Continue reading →
  • The first part of this prayer popped up on my social media feed again today.  Often attributed as a Franciscan prayer it is in fact, as far as I can discover, written by Benedictine Sister Ruth Fox nearly 40 years … Continue reading →
  • God of our lives,we give thanks for the life of Prince Philip,for the love he shared among us,and for his devotion to duty.We entrust him now to your love and mercy,through our Redeemer Jesus Christ. Amen. Merciful God, be close … Continue reading →
  • These simple reflections were created for Facebook and published every few days during the coronavirus pandemic in 2020. They are reposted with minor changes, here, and one by one on social media, for Easter season 2021. Mini Easter reflection 1In … Continue reading →
  • Lord, we bring these last twelve months to you: CoronavirusLockdownCovid-19InfectionsSymptomsWashing hands, Cancellation, Rule of six, MasksSeparation, Bereavement, Deaths, LonelinessPandemic, Care homes, Social distancing, NHSFurlough, Key workers, PPE, Bubbles, BriefingsShieldingOutdoorsR-rateTestingQuarantineLateral flowVaccineInjectionsOnline livingLong Covid Thank you, Father, that nothing is outside your … Continue reading →

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